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Email alerts for low Office 365 licenses!

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Welcome! Recently, one of our larger clients was looking for an easy way to alert when their Microsoft or Office tenant was running low on licenses. Surprisingly, or maybe not surprisingly, Microsoft doesn’t offer a way to automatically alert when license fall below a certain threshold. This client has recently experience a lot of turn […]

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What is phishing and how do I avoid getting hooked?

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Phishing is a type of internet scam that tries to steal your credentials by deception. These cybercriminals are most often after your bank account information, credit card numbers or other privileged credentials such as social media logins. Phishing is a less sophisticated version of spearphishing, click here for our previous article. How does this all […]

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What is spearphishing and how do I avoid getting hooked?

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Spearphishing is a extremely common email or other means of electronic communications scam highly targeted to a specific user or organization. This attack is often intended to steal your data or launch a ransomware attack, cybercriminals may also try to install malware on the targeted individuals computer or network. How does this all work? Here […]

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Broken room mailboxes and finder in hosted Exchange!

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Hi! Recently, I ran into an issue with migrated users to Office 365 not being able to book on premise conferences rooms. Their Exchange server was in hybrid mode because they are still moving mailboxes. The hosted mailboxes would successfully invite a room mailbox, but not receive a response. Further more, the room picker was […]

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Combining Multiple Office Tool Bars (olkexplorer.officeUI)

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Hi! Today we are going to have a post on a more specific and technical topic. I recently found a need to combine a customized Microsoft Office 2016 Outlook tool bar with the user’s existing tool bar – also know as olkexplorer.officeUI. The easy route would be to just force the end user to use […]

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Why is my PC so slow?!

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Question – how many times have you mumble “why is my PC so slow”? Rest assured, you are not the first or last person to mention this. This is one of the most common questions we receive when working with customers. Let’s dive into some of the most common issues and fixes in the PC/Windows […]

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Should I buy a MAC or a PC?

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MAC or PC – that is the question! Morning, Folks. Welcome back! Today I would like to talk about a question we get countless times. Furthermore, during a long flight back from a business trip, I was thinking about the most commonly asked questions of my clients.¬†Should I buy a MAC or a PC? I […]

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Why is my wireless so slow?

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Good Morning! Is your wireless or WiFi slow? Do webpages take forever to load? This is one of the most common questions I receive from clients. Nothing is more frustrating waiting for something to load or poor coverage. Let’s take a look at some of the major factors and some quick fixes. If you still […]